- 4 years ago
- Wedding: June 2014
In a previous post I had a dilemma over inviting people’s plus ones, now that’s over with, everyone is invited.
So a lot of my close friends, do not like one my friend’s boyfriend for good reason.
He’s obnoxious, rude, has to correct people all the time and likes to get into controversial, political, or religious debates. Even the choice of music you listen to if will have him spurn you and try to argue with you and put you down.
He’s the “plus one” of one of my girlfriends hasn’t been together for that long.
Here’s another example of how he’s a killjoy. She brought him along to a dinner party of mine and because he couldn’t stand the people he was talking to walked out of my apartment and sat in his car. She didn’t tell me this until afterwards cause he claimed he had somewhere to be and left early but the truth comes out he just hates everyone.
Now on a different occasion she told him to try to behave and he came off like a sweet sickly fake person it was very insincere and creeped me out how much he was attempting to agree with his crazy eyes and clenched shaking fists because in his mind probably everything anyone was saying was wrong.
What do I do? Where do I stick him at my wedding?
My seating arrangements:
2 tables of 30 people each, long ways.
She’s a really good friend and I want to talk to her when she comes that night but everytime she’s brought him he makes her leave early or throws some kind of fit and sits in the car.
I don’t want to isolate her from everyone at the table but it is her choice to bring him as her date and the fact is all of my friends have told her of his behavior and she’s always making excuses for it. No one wants to sit next to him therefore at the end of the day, no one wants to sit with her.
Because of the seating arrangements, it will be VERY obvious when I stick them all the way at the very end with coworkers and parent’s friends/neighbors even though she’s one of my closest friends.